A delegation from several investment related departments and agencies will leave Seychelles this week for a working visit in Mauritius.
The capacity building and knowledge exchange visit forms part of the country’s efforts to improve the overall ease of doing business in Seychelles.
Mauritius continues to be one of the most competitive economies in Africa, with the highest ranking for ease of doing business.
The visit will allow representatives from the relevant local agencies to hold high level interactions and share best practices on how to better facilitate investment process, employment permits and registration of businesses and companies in the country.
The Seychelles delegation will be headed by the Chief Executive Officer of the Seychelles Investment Board, Ms Cindy Vidot.
Other members of the delegation will include, the Principal Secretary for Industry and Entrepreneurship Development, Mr Roger Toussaint, Principal Secretary for Employment, Mr Jules Baker, Chief Executive Officer of the Small Enterprise Promotion Agency (SEnPA), Ms Penny Belmont and the Deputy Registrar General, Mr Fred Hoareau.
The exchange will take place from the 23rd to the 27th of January 2018.